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Effort towards more transparency

Pakistan to appoint security and anti-corruption manager

Jun 14, 2004: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) will appoint a security and anti-corruption manager in an effort to control the game in a transparent manner

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Rameez in favour of long-term contracts

Haroon Rashid likely to remain as manager

Jun 9, 2004: Haroon Rashid is likely to stay on as the manager of the Pakistan team despite his one-year term coming to an end after the series against India

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Panel of cricketers voice their opinion

Let on-field umpires rule on chucking

Jun 8, 2004: The issue of chucking divides opinions, but a clear verdict emerged from apanel of former cricketers instituted by Wisden Asia Cricket: five out ofseven members came out in favour of handing the matter back to the umpires

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PCB plans a revamp of domestic cricket

Pakistan board to increase players' pay

Jun 5, 2004: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is planning to revamp first-class cricket in Pakistan, and to generate more funds for their players

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Growing feeling the series should be cancelled

Pakistan ponder scrapping Zimbabwe Tests

Jun 3, 2004: The Pakistan Cricket Board is reported to be having serious doubts about going ahead with this October's planned home series against Zimbabwe

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Aftermath of defeat against India

Senate committee critical of Pakistan board

May 30, 2004: The Pakistan board has come in for severe criticism from the Senate Committee on Sports and Culture for the team's poor performance in the home series against India

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Changes in the PCB

PCB denies move to replace Rameez Raja

May 29, 2004: Rameez Raja can rest easy

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Pakistan cricket

Pakistan likely to invite Sri Lanka for ODI tournament

May 25, 2004: The prospect of hosting a second-string Zimbabwean outfit later this year has forced the Pakistan board to contemplate organising a triangular one-day tournament instead of a bilateral one-day series involving Zimbabwe

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Pakistan domestic cricket

Winds of change

May 21, 2004: When the Pakistan Cricket Board announced, with much gusto last year, that regional cricket was indeed the antidote to the many ills of Pakistan cricket, it was greeted with as much enthusiasm as cynicism

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Emphasis on team effort

Slogan changed to 'Team Pakistan'

May 15, 2004: The Pakistan Cricket Board has decided to change its slogan from 'Proud to be a Pakistani' to 'Team Pakistan'

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Raja Saleem Akhtar passes away

Rameez and Wasim Raja's father dies at 74

Apr 29, 2004: Raja Saleem Akhtar, the father of Test cricketers Wasim and Rameez Raja, died of a heart attack in Lahore on April 22

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Raja Saleem Akhtar passes away

Rameez and Wasim Raja's father dies at 74

Apr 29, 2004: Raja Saleem Akhtar, the father of Test cricketers Wasim and Rameez Raja, died of a heart attack in Lahore on April 22

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Aftermath of defeat

'Rameez shouldn't have taken up commentary' - Tauqir

Apr 24, 2004: Tauqir Zia, the former chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board, has said that Ramiz Raja should not have taken up commentary duties for the recently concluded series

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Latif faces disciplinary action

'I don't plan to resign' - Rameez Raja

Apr 22, 2004: Rameez Raja has said that he has no intentions of resigning while the PCB has initiated disciplinary action against Rashid Latif

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The aftermath of defeat

Pakistan board defends its chief executive

Apr 20, 2004: The Pakistan Cricket Board has been forced to come out in defence of its embattled chief executive, Rameez Raja, as the hunt for a scapegoat intensifies in the aftermath of India's historic series victory

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The aftermath of Pakistan's defeat

Shoaib called before medical commission

Apr 20, 2004: Shoaib Akhtar has been called before a medical inquiry commission, as the Pakistan Cricket Board investigates the spate of injuries that affected their prospects of victory in the recent Test series against India

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Match-fixing allegations

Pakistan call on ICC to gag Rashid Latif

Apr 5, 2004: The Pakistan Cricket Board has called on the ICC to act against unsubstantiated match-fixing allegations, following the latest outburst from their former captain Rashid Latif

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India in Pakistan 2003-04

Atkinson's diet, and stuffed cotton

Mar 9, 2004: Until the end of the Indian tour of Pakistan, we will be running a daily Paper Round of what newspapers in India and Pakistan, and from around the world, are saying about this series

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India in Pakistan 2003-04

India's get-out clause, and Prasanna's lament

Feb 26, 2004: A look at what the newspapers are saying about the India-Pakistan series - February 26, 2004

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India in Pakistan 2003-04

PCB upset at Dalmiya jumping the gun

Feb 23, 2004: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is reportedly upset that Jagmohan Dalmiya, the president of the Indian board, held his press conference to announce the itinerary of India's tour to Pakistan earlier than scheduled

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